Tokyo Swing Dance Society
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q 1: WHAT KIND OF SWING DANCE DOES THE SOCIETY
Q 2: WHERE CAN I GO DANCING OR LEARN THE LINDY HOP IN TOKYO?
Q 3-1: CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT ACTIVITIES OF THE SOCIETY?
NOTE: When you can’t see all the description of each event in the calendar below, click “+ Google Calendar” on the bottom-right corner. If you are using mobile devices such as iPhone or iPad, you should also click the pop-up window saying “… Try the mobile version”. Using an app showing Google Calendar correctly such as “Sunrise” is another solution for mobile users.
SWINGOUT TOKYO 2016
MOTESANDO WINGIN’ BALL 2016
At Kyozon, 16:45pm April 2nd.
Dance to Natsuko Furukawa Swing Orchestra, the Best Swing Band in Tokyo!
About Group Lessons:
Sunday afternoon TSDS SWING SUNDAYS
TSDS' full-swing lindyhop classes in Tokyo every Sunday afternoon.
From beginners to professional dancers. Private lessons are also available. Here are some feedback
from the students.
Saturdays and National Holidays: Lindyhop Classes at Studio Necola:
The studio locates in the center of Tokyo and has a wonderful environment to learn the lindyhop. Check out the swing calendar for the details.
About Private Lessons:
Please see the bottom of for the details.
About Social Dances with DJ:
Every Weekday Night: TOKYO SWING NIGHTS IN OMOTESANDO
Timeout Magazine featured Tokyo Swing Dance Society. The article is here.
Metropolis Magazine, Japan's number one
English free magazine plays up the Lindyhop, Tokyo Swing Dance Society and
Swing Cats Tokyo in the coming issue of July 5-18, 2013 which can be gotten
freely at lots of bars, clubs, restaurants, and shops in the most area of
Tokyo such as Omotesando, Aoyama, Roppongi, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ginza,
Marunouchi. The real paper
version has more than its web version. So, get the actual copy and enjoy the
whole swingin’ story.
The new headstone for
Lindy Hopper Frankie's Manning's grave was unvieled and dedicated at Woodlawn
Cemetery in Bronx, New York on May 30, 2010. This is the message from Judy Pritchett to the Japanese donors.
Mail to the TSDS : SWING [at-mark] impetus.ne.jp